Well, sort of. We took six loaves of bread, brownies, and cookies to the farmers' market, and sold out all the bread and some of the cookies. The brownies--perhaps the best bit of the whole lot--not so much. But don't worry; they won't go to waste, though they will go to waist. Or, already have. Monetary damages: about $9 in supplies, $16 in revenue, and then we spent about $20 on other cool things at the market.
If you'd like to try your hand at raising vegetables, making baked goods, and making garments (doll clothes, little kids' clothes, etc..), and don't have the capital to open up a storefront, I highly recommend going to the farmers' market and trying your hand. You probably won't get rich, but you'll get an idea of whether people think as much of your product as you do, and you'll get valuable small business experience. So go, bring a folding chair and sunscreen, get some funds to make change for those who will be paying with a $20 for your $1.50 baguette, and be sure to greet those who glance your way. It will be a good time!
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